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" Whate'er the loss, Whate'er the cross, Shall they complain Of present pain Who trust in God's hereafter? For who that leans on His right arm Was ever yet forsaken? What righteous cause can suffer harm If He its part has taken ? Though wild and loud, And... "
In War Time and Other Poems - Page 17
by John Greenleaf Whittier - 1864 - 152 pages
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The Complete Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1894 - 542 pages
...stars which stül rag remain. "EIN FESTE BURG IST UNSER Was ever vet forsaken ? What righteous CHUSO can suffer harm If He its part has taken ? Though...dark the cloud, Behind its folds His hand upholds Tlie i-alin sky of to-morrow t GOTT " LUTHER'S HYMN W r wait beneath the furnace-blast The pangs of...
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The Complete Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1895 - 542 pages
...For who that leans on His right ğrm Was ever yet forsaken ? What righteous ennse ean suffer Ьдгш If He its part has taken ? Though wild and loud. And...its folds His hand upholds The calm sky of to-morrow t Above the maddening rrv for U>--':. Above the wild war-drumming. Let Freedom's voici' lie heard,...
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Annual Report of the Woman's American Baptist Home Mission Society, Issues 19-22

1897
...Luther says, " Who that leans on His right arm Was ever yet forsaken ? What righteous cause can surfer harm If He its part has taken ? Though wild and loud...folds His hand upholds The calm sky of to-morrow." ELIZABETH H. BONNEY. NEW HAMPSHIRE. MRS. EDGAR C. HOAGCE, 12 Tahanto St., Concord, Vice-President....
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Rhetoric and Higher English

Goodloe Harper Bell - 1897 - 375 pages
...of the Missouri River 44 ms of Omaha. 133. For who that leans on His right arm Was ever yet forsaken What righteous cause can suffer harm If He its part has taken 134. The dimness of eve o'er the valleys had closed the rain had 135. The sifted silver of the night...
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Poems of John Greenleaf Whittier

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1902 - 363 pages
...present pain Who trust in God's hereafter ? For who that leans on His right arm Was ever yet forsaken ? What righteous cause can suffer harm If He its part...Whose shame we bear, Whose end shall gladden Heaven ! In vain the bells of war shall ring Of triumphs and revenges, While still is spared the evil thing...
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Goldie's Inheritance: A Story of the Siege of Atlanta

Louisa Maretta Bailey Whitney - 1903 - 263 pages
..."At evening time there shall be light." "For who that leans on .His right arm Was ever yet forsaken? What righteous cause can suffer harm, If He its part...folds, His hand upholds The calm sky of to-morrow!" — Whittier. Prisoners were constantly arriving in Atlanta, and, as no permanent prison was prepared...
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The Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier: With Notes, Index of First ...

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1904 - 598 pages
...present pain Who trust in God's hereafter? 45 For who that leans on His right arm Was ever yet forsaken ? What righteous cause can suffer harm If He its part has taken ? Though wild and loud, 50 And dark the cloud, Behind its folds His hand upholds The calm sky of to-morrow ! Above the maddening...
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The Spirit of Missions, Volume 74

1909
...usual address, 281 Fourth Avenue, New York. FOR who that leans on His right arm Was ever yet forsaken? What righteous cause can suffer harm If He its part...folds His hand upholds The calm sky of to-morrow. God give us grace Each in his place To bear his lot, And murmuring not Endure and wait and labor. —...
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Complete Poetical Works

John Greenleaf Whittier - 1910 - 489 pages
...present pain Who trust in God's hereafter ? For who that leans on Hip right arm Was ever yet forsaken ? What righteous cause can suffer harm If He its part...Whose shame we bear, Whose end shall gladden Heaven ! In vain the bells of war shall ring Of triumphs and revenges, While still is spared the evil thing...
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History of the Philomathean Society of the University of Pennsylvania ...

University of Pennsylvania. Philomathean Ssociety - 1913 - 212 pages
...yet we may meet it with God on our side. "For who that leans on His right arm Was ever yet forsaken? What righteous cause can suffer harm, If He its part has taken." We naturally turn from the past to the future, that future which to us all is expected, canvassed,...
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